Lions, Elephants & Giants
Aired On: Oct 26, 2013
Michael Nichols speaks about his sequoia photography project, in which he used innovative techniques to create an image of a 250-foot-tall, 3,200-year-old tree.
Michael Nichols has produced 25 stories for National Geographic magazine, devoting his career to producing photography that effects environmental change. His work with conservationists such as Mike Fay and Jane Goodall has resulted in many books, including Brutal Kinship, The Last Place on Earth, The Great Apes and The Year of the Tiger, as well as...
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